Meghan Markle just redesigned the push present she received from Prince Harry.

According to The Sun’s Becky Pemberton, fans are accusing Markle of redesigning a piece of jewelry she received from Prince Harry after giving birth to Archie. The netizens were referring to the earrings Markle wore at the premiere of “The Lion King.”

The stunning studs designed by Nikos Koulis looked different from the first time Markle wore them. On her recent outing, the earrings looked like they had been blinged out with new black enamel casing.

Markle was first seen wearing the earrings at the Trooping the Colour without the black enamel casing. Since it was the first time she was seen with them and she used the pair on her first public appearance after giving birth, many were convinced that they were a push present from her husband.

Just recently, Markle made headlines after she upgraded her engagement ring. When Prince Harry gave it to her, it came with a gold band. However, when she showed up at Trooping the Colour, it appeard different because it was adorned with more diamonds.

According to an insider, Markle offended Prince Harry for updating the ring because he spent so much time and effort in designing it. Markle’s engagement ring included stones from Princess Diana’s collection.

To make matters worse, Prince Harry was humiliated because after the ring was modified, it reportedly looked almost identical to the engagement ring Markle received from her ex-husband, Trevor Engelson.

“There’s no denying that Harry was offended when Meghan told him she was planning to update the ring,” an insider said.

“It’s not sitting well with Harry since he found out about the similarities afterward. He feels humiliated and can’t get his head around why she’d want any reminders of Trevor. Harry’s trying to bite his tongue, but who knows how much longer he’ll be able to keep it up,” the source continued.

Meanwhile, E! News host Justin Sylvester was not happy with Markle’s decision to modify her engagement ring. According to him, the ring was “significant” because it was the band Prince Harry used to propose to the first bi-racial member of the British royal family. And so what Markle did was “terrible.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle lay ferns and a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Warrior at the newly unveiled UK war memorial and Pukeahu National War Memorial Park on Oct. 28, 2018, in Wellington, New Zealand. Getty Images/Rosa Woods